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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 28, 1913, Image 4

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againstMie newspaper trust,' and, the police had no right;
to order The Day Book off the stands.
What the next move of Big Business, Special Privi
lege and the Newspaper Trust, tpsuppress free speech
and a, free press in Chicago wilt he, remains to be seerit
The Day Book will be ready for any attempt that
may.be made, and we are.grateful to the men and women
who volunteered to sell The Day Bookon thestreets if
the trust press succeeded iri driving it off the stands, but
it looks now as if thai' will not be necessary. '
However, if you find The Day Book isn't on a news
stand where you have found it before, ask why, and don't
stop asking until you find out. v
In the meantime-you will find real news in The Day
Book right along that you won't find in the trust papers
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGOi
Henry Carterv 11, 6132 Winthrop
av., crushed to death under North
Edgewater "L" train. Cable message
sent to his parents, now in Europe.
Frank Smith, arrested in United
States Loan Bank, 31 'S. Clark st.
Ya.s robbing showcase.
L. M. Maitland, mine owned South
Dakota, guest at Chicago Beach Ho
tel, ,arrested for speeding. Lloyd
Simonson, same hotel, arrested on
same charge.
Eddie Jackson, pickpocket and
sneak thief, sentenced to90 days-in
Jail. Contempt of court
Miss Nellie Herman, 16, 3905 N.
Francisco av., sentenced "to Geneva
-reformatory. Passed worthless
checks,
Ella Flagg Young, Lieut. Gov. B.
O'Hara, Speaker -Mckinley, Judge
Gemmill and State Factory Inspector
Davie's will speak at Chicago Public
Service League banquet at Hotel
LaSalle. tomorrow.
Commissioner of Public Works Mc
Gann fainted inf city hall elevator.
Overwork. May go to California.
"City has. paid public utility expert
$50 a day for one year to investigate
v " . 1
same.
Clinton S. Woolfolk, 38, 1203 Maple"
av., Evanston; Pres. Reality Realiza
tion Co. and Colonial Land Co., dead.
(Sun. Accidental, v V,
Lloyd Simonsm 'of. Buyers' Index
Cor-arrested "for speeding. Released
without bail. - ' -
Fire iri saloon of A". J. Skall, ,153 W.
Lake st. Partly destroyed. $1,000
.loss. f .
Mrs. Harriet M. Burnham, 2755 S..
Whipple st, acquitted' of charge ' of
murdering her husband, H. E. Burn
ham. Self defense. x ,
Two robbers got $30 and gold
watch worth $50 from Samuel Sitton,
2001 Warren av., conductor f
Girl known only as "Anha" got
jewelry worth $750 from home of D..
D. Gordon, 2643 W. 20th st. "Was
"domestic:"
F. Carbone, 853 S. Morgan St., re-
fusedto pay bredkfas't bill at restau
rant of J. Ambree, 853 Blue island,
av. Dying at hospital. Ambree, ar
rested for shooting. - . . ..
A. (J. Frost, charged with, being:
brains of alleged $10,000,000 -Alaska'

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